Our Fabrics & Filling

All our products are made from materials as pure as possible and should be suitable for multiple chemical sensitivity sufferers or those who have allergies.

The origin of the raw materials is very important to our team. This, in fact, comprises the main point of our work – to create something perfectly natural. Without compromise!

Wool

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Sheep wool is a natural fiber and it has a complex physio-chemical structure, which cannot be artificially manufactured. It has a natural crimp which gives it bounce, body, and soft support characteristics. Due to these specifics, it has many benefits:

  • Environmentally sustainable and renewable

Wool is hard to challenge for its sustainability (sheep are not intensively reared). It is a renewable material as once cut it grows back naturally. At the end of its life, wool is biodegradable in soil, releasing important nutrients. However, if you invest in a handmade wool blanket or mattress, you will never throw it away and it will last for generations if you take proper care for it.

  • Hypoallergenic

Dust mites thrive in the warm, moist environment where you sleep each night. Whether you have a down pillow or comforter, or bedding made of synthetic materials, dust mites are the major cause of allergy and asthma suffering. Since wool is hypoallergenic and naturally resistant to dust mites, wool bedding makes a wonderful alternative to feathers and synthetics.

  • Fire resistant

Wool is naturally flame retardant without any added chemicals that are commonly used in other bedding materials. That’s why firefighters wear wool uniforms and natural bedding manufacturers use wool in their products to meet fire codes.

  • Regulates temperature

You can wear wool from the coldest temperatures up to 80+ degrees and be comfortable. Wool keeps cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Wool is an all-weather shield!

  • Water repellent

Wool fiber has a water-repellent outer layer that surrounds each hollow fiber, overlapping like shingles on a roof. While fiber’s core absorbs up to one-third of its weight in moisture vapor without becoming damp, the hard outer layer protects against outside liquid moisture. This results in water being repelled, but humidity absorbed, and that helps with thermal regulation. Wool keeps outside moisture away from the skin and also wicks away perspiration, thus keeping the body warm and dry. This is why wool bedding is perfect for hot sleepers.

  • Ultralight insulator

Wool is an excellent insulator and has one of the highest insulation to weight ratios of any natural or man-made fiber. Insulating air spaces forms in wool that is worn next to skin and they help to retain body heat.

  • Mildew resistant

Wool fibers have a natural water-wicking property that prevents moisture from being retained in the fabric. Besides keeping the skin dry, this quality also naturally inhibits mildew. Wool also has natural anti-microbial properties because bacteria tend to be attracted to smooth positively charged surfaces like those of synthetic fibres rather than the scaly, neutrally charged surface of the wool fibre. Hospital studies have shown that bacterial colonies are common in cotton sheets while not present on Merino blankets subjected to the same environmental conditions.

  • Diminishes body odor

Most synthetic fibers actually increase body odor because they create a breeding ground for bacteria. Wool’s unique structure means that it won’t allow the build-up of body odors so you can keep wearing those same socks for days on end.

  • Durable

Its durability and strength come from the fact that the fibres can be bent back on themselves 20,000 times before breaking (to put this into context cotton breaks after 3,200 bends and rayon fibres only last 75 times!)

100% Wool Stuffing (Oeko-Tex certified)

100% Wool Stuffing (GOTS certified)

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Sheep wool is a natural fiber and it has a complex physio-chemical structure, which cannot be artificially manufactured. It has a natural crimp which gives it bounce, body, and soft support characteristics. Due to these specifics, it has many benefits:

  • Environmentally sustainable and renewable

Wool is hard to challenge for its sustainability (sheep are not intensively reared). It is a renewable material as once cut it grows back naturally. At the end of its life, wool is biodegradable in soil, releasing important nutrients. However, if you invest in a handmade wool blanket or mattress, you will never throw it away and it will last for generations if you take proper care for it.

  • Hypoallergenic

Dust mites thrive in the warm, moist environment where you sleep each night. Whether you have a down pillow or comforter, or bedding made of synthetic materials, dust mites are the major cause of allergy and asthma suffering. Since wool is hypoallergenic and naturally resistant to dust mites, wool bedding makes a wonderful alternative to feathers and synthetics.

  • Fire resistant

Wool is naturally flame retardant without any added chemicals that are commonly used in other bedding materials. That’s why firefighters wear wool uniforms and natural bedding manufacturers use wool in their products to meet fire codes.

  • Regulates temperature

You can wear wool from the coldest temperatures up to 80+ degrees and be comfortable. Wool keeps cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Wool is an all-weather shield!

  • Water repellent

Wool fiber has a water-repellent outer layer that surrounds each hollow fiber, overlapping like shingles on a roof. While fiber’s core absorbs up to one-third of its weight in moisture vapor without becoming damp, the hard outer layer protects against outside liquid moisture. This results in water being repelled, but humidity absorbed, and that helps with thermal regulation. Wool keeps outside moisture away from the skin and also wicks away perspiration, thus keeping the body warm and dry. This is why wool bedding is perfect for hot sleepers.

  • Ultralight insulator

Wool is an excellent insulator and has one of the highest insulation to weight ratios of any natural or man-made fiber. Insulating air spaces forms in wool that is worn next to skin and they help to retain body heat.

  • Mildew resistant

Wool fibers have a natural water-wicking property that prevents moisture from being retained in the fabric. Besides keeping the skin dry, this quality also naturally inhibits mildew. Wool also has natural anti-microbial properties because bacteria tend to be attracted to smooth positively charged surfaces like those of synthetic fibres rather than the scaly, neutrally charged surface of the wool fibre. Hospital studies have shown that bacterial colonies are common in cotton sheets while not present on Merino blankets subjected to the same environmental conditions.

  • Diminishes body odor

Most synthetic fibers actually increase body odor because they create a breeding ground for bacteria. Wool’s unique structure means that it won’t allow the build-up of body odors so you can keep wearing those same socks for days on end.

  • Durable

Its durability and strength come from the fact that the fibres can be bent back on themselves 20,000 times before breaking (to put this into context cotton breaks after 3,200 bends and rayon fibres only last 75 times!)

100% Wool Batting (Oeko-Tex certified)

100% Wool Batting (GOTS certified)

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As all our other fabrics, wool is

  • 100% natural
  • Free of chemical finishes, bleaches, dyes, or synthetics
  • Extremely durable
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Highly breathable
  • Certified
  • Environmentally sustainable
  • Soft to the touch, but not overly soft as fabrics that have been chemically treated

Wool is the most mildew-resistant fabric option. It is amazing at regulating body temperature and moisture, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Wool has anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties. It is naturally dust-mite repellent and perfect for newborns and people with allergies, asthma, and any chemical sensitivities.

Our Virgin Wool Fabric is granted authorization according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100.

100% Virgin Wool (Oeko-Tex certified)

Cotton

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As all our other fabrics, cotton is

  • 100% natural
  • Free of chemical finishes, bleaches, dyes, or synthetics
  • Extremely durable
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Highly breathable
  • Certified
  • Environmentally sustainable
  • Soft to the touch, but not overly soft as fabrics that have been chemically treated

 

Cotton is our certified оrganic option. We work with organic GOTS certified cotton, to ensure both your peace of mind and the least footprint on the environment.

Because cotton is the slowest fiber to dry it is susceptible to growing mildew. But with the right care and regular airing out, your cotton-covered mattresses and bedding will last you a lifetime just like the other two options.

 

100% Cotton, Heavyweight (GOTS certified)

100% Cotton, Lightweight (GOTS certified)

70% Cotton 30% Hemp (GOTS certified)

Linen

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As all our other fabrics, linen is

  • 100% natural
  • Free of chemical finishes, bleaches, dyes, or synthetics
  • Extremely durable
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Highly breathable
  • Certified
  • Environmentally sustainable
  • Soft to the touch, but not overly soft as fabrics that have been chemically treated

 

Linen resists stains like no other fabric, so it is very easy to maintain the fabric clean. It is also highly mildew and dust-mite resistant, being extremely suitable for people with allergies, babies, and people with chemical sensitivities.

It is environmentally friendly – all the flax used to make linen is used in some way or another. Above all, as a crop, flax requires less water and no chemicals.

Linen is our most durable fabric is granted authorization according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100.


100% Linen (Oeko-Tex certified)

100% Linen, Textured (Oeko-Tex certified)

100% Linen, Midweight (Oeko-Tex certified)

50% Linen 50% Cotton

59% Linen 41% Cotton (Oeko-Tex certified)

60% Linen 40% Cotton

62% Linen 38% Cotton (Oeko-Tex certified)

100% Linen with Thin Grey Stripes (Oeko-Tex certified)

100% Linen with Red Grey Stripes (Oeko-Tex certified)

100% Linen with Blue Stripes (Oeko-Tex certified)

100% Linen with Red Stripes (Oeko-Tex certified)

100% Linen with Black Stripes (Oeko-Tex certified)

100% Linen with Grey Stripes (Oeko-Tex certified)

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